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  Prime Minister Modi breaks bread, barriers over dinner |Modi, Sharif move the needle on talks: Pak PM's visit raises hopes of a thaw in ties |Rehab plan for Pak refugees high on Narendra Modi's agenda |Narendra Modi to unveil top 10 policy priorities, says aide |It’s clear, Modi will have last word on policy issues |Geete takes charge as heavy industries minister |Modi starts term as India's 15th Prime Minister |NaMo ditches Modi kurta, turns formal |Modi cabinet: 17 ministries clubbed under 7 ministers |Finance Minister Jaitley targets growth revivalPrime Minister Modi breaks bread, barriers over dinner |Modi, Sharif move the needle on talks: Pak PM's visit raises hopes of a thaw in ties |Rehab plan for Pak refugees high on Narendra Modi's agenda |Narendra Modi to unveil top 10 policy priorities, says aide |It’s clear, Modi will have last word on policy issues |Geete takes charge as heavy industries minister |Modi starts term as India's 15th Prime Minister |NaMo ditches Modi kurta, turns formal |Modi cabinet: 17 ministries clubbed under 7 ministers |Finance Minister Jaitley targets growth revivalPrime Minister Modi breaks bread, barriers over dinner |Modi, Sharif move the needle on talks: Pak PM's visit raises hopes of a thaw in ties |Rehab plan for Pak refugees high on Narendra Modi's agenda |Narendra Modi to unveil top 10 policy priorities, says aide |It’s clear, Modi will have last word on policy issues |Geete takes charge as heavy industries minister |Modi starts term as India's 15th Prime Minister |NaMo ditches Modi kurta, turns formal |Modi cabinet: 17 ministries clubbed under 7 ministers |Finance Minister Jaitley targets growth revivalPrime Minister Modi breaks bread, barriers over dinner |Modi, Sharif move the needle on talks: Pak PM's visit raises hopes of a thaw in ties |Rehab plan for Pak refugees high on Narendra Modi's agenda |Narendra Modi to unveil top 10 policy priorities, says aide |It’s clear, Modi will have last word on policy issues |Geete takes charge as heavy industries minister |Modi starts term as India's 15th Prime Minister |NaMo ditches Modi kurta, turns formal |Modi cabinet: 17 ministries clubbed under 7 ministers |Finance Minister Jaitley targets growth revivalPrime Minister Modi breaks bread, barriers over dinner |Modi, Sharif move the needle on talks: Pak PM's visit raises hopes of a thaw in ties |Rehab plan for Pak refugees high on Narendra Modi's agenda |Narendra Modi to unveil top 10 policy priorities, says aide |It’s clear, Modi will have last word on policy issues |Geete takes charge as heavy industries minister |Modi starts term as India's 15th Prime Minister |NaMo ditches Modi kurta, turns formal |Modi cabinet: 17 ministries clubbed under 7 ministers |Finance Minister Jaitley targets growth revival

Delhi elections: BJP picks up pace in last leg; 22 ministers, 17 MPs to hit campaign trail

Cranking up its poll machine in Delhi, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has brought in 22 of its top ministers at the Centre to take charge of the campaign, which has fallen into disarray under a divided state unit.

Poll watchdog probes BJP CM nominee’s twin voter ID cards

A controversy erupted on Wednesday after it was reported that the Election Commission of India is probing if Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) chief ministerial candidate for Delhi Kiran Bedi has two voter identity cards at separate addresses.

Delhi elections: Kiran Bedi push may fail to prevent hung assembly

The more things change, the more they remain the same. A Hindustan Times-C fore survey predicts a dead heat between the BJP and AAP in the Delhi elections, leaving the capital headed for a hung assembly even after a year of President’s Rule.

Rahul Gandhi says PM Modi busy in personal PR

Rahul says Modi busy in personal PR

Anti-corruption law last on AAP’s dialogue list

Anti-corruption law last on AAP’s dialogue list

JD(U) backs AAP in Delhi, angers Janata Parivar

JD(U) backs AAP in Delhi, angers Janata Parivar

Kejriwal cornered by EC, Kiran Bedi as Delhi polls near

The Election Commission on Tuesday warned Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal of stern action under the Indian Penal Code and other electoral laws if he continued with his poll pitch that "accept bribe from the BJP and the Congress, but vote for the AAP".

Bedi sends legal notice to Kejriwal over her photo on AAP posters

The BJP's chief ministerial nominee Kiran Bedi on Tuesday sent a legal notice to AAP leader Arvind Kejriwal for using her photograph in his party's poster campaign without her permission.

BSP supremo Mayawati to hold 14 election rallies

Having lost the recently concluded state assembly elections in Maharashtra and Haryana, and being reduced to zero in the Lok Sabha poll last year, the Dalit leader is taking the Delhi state assembly election very seriously, a close aide told IANS.

Kejriwal defies EC warning, reiterates ‘bribe’ appeal at rallies

“Do the BJP and Congress come to you with money? If they do, don’t say no to them. Take the money. I know they are distributing blankets and sacks of rice as well. Take all of that, but reject liquor as it destroys families,” Kejriwal told a large clapping and cheering crowd.

Parties bank on student power to beef up their campaign

The student body had 3,000 volunteers on the ground during the Lok Sabha elections in Delhi alone, helping extensively with the election campaign. Students are usually tasked with ground work like sloganeering, street plays, door-to-door campaigning and more recently increasing a party’s presence on various social media platforms.

Delhi elections: Desperate Arvind Kejriwal fights deserter tag

Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Arvind Kejriwal is holding twice as many public meetings as he did for the 2013 assembly elections trying to shake off the millstone of his quitting power in just 49 days.  

AAP attacks BJP for inviting Bedi to parade, she says stop playing ‘sob sob’

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Monday attacked the BJP-led Centre for “humiliating” its leader Arvind Kejriwal by not inviting him to the Republic Day parade and sending an invite to Kiran Bedi instead. 

How more of the same made the choice difficult for Delhi

specific agenda - more colleges, skill development, job generation, wifi zones across the city - the three parties seem to be on the same page.
 
What could have set AAP apart was its anti-corruption platform. But so far it has not been too vocal on the issue. Taking cue, BJP has put corruption low on its list of priorities and Congress relegated it to the last page of its manifesto.
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It’s raining crorepatis this election season in Delhi

It’s raining Crorepatis this election. Of the 210 candidates fielded for the upcoming Delhi Assembly election by Congress, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)and Aam Aadmi Party(AAP), 68 per cent have declared assets worth between Rs. 1 to Rs. 80 crore.

The other side of Shanti Bhushan

Shanti Bhushan has praised Kiran Bedi at Arvind Kejriwal’s expense. The BJP has gone to town touting the testimonial as one coming from a founding member of the Aam Aadmi Party. Nobody can dispute that. Besides being a founder, the veteran Supreme Court lawyer was a generous funder of the party in its fledgling days.
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